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. they think it's cool to vote for the cool guy. no wonder they love obama. he turned the world of governance to high school. vote for "o" is vote for mr. popular. not that cold evil mr. meanie, mr. romney. if a message features miley as the messenger, the intended recipient is as deep as contact lens. maybe it will get the youth to vote for obama. unless "twilight' on. >> bob: isn't that hanna montana? >> greg: used to be. >> bob: i hate that show. barney. that's the other one. if i could have shot that dinosaur i would have shot him 100,000 times. >> greg: well, that is wrong. i think you owe barney an apology. >> greg: do you think having rich young self-satisfied ecocentric people telling you oh to vote or what to vote or what to do? >> dana: i have never been one to be star struck. certainly not by the crew that just ran through. >> greg: dierks bentley. >> dana: okay, if he told me to -- >> eric: vote for obama? >> dana: even that, i could not do that. >> greg: if he didn't drive you to the voting booth and tell you to vote for obama? >> dana: i'd pretend i would vote for obama. country
out and tuque to obama. vote for me this time. so they're really trying to target tho voters. as i heard you say earlier,n thpresland in crowd, the romney spinners are pushing back on the polls. they insist they're within the margin of error but they offer no proof of that. he's hoping for big crowdser more enthusiasm and hoping to open the gap here because as you owiny nohio. >> ron allen following the campaign for us. ron, thank you. let's look at the map itself when it comes to ohio. there are less than a thousand hours until election day. is that sinking in? bodisti the campaign trail. if ohio is really leaning toward the president, what does that mean for mitt romney and his potential path to victory? let's go to the latest nbc news battleground map and show you where thisd. last week we moved from toss-up to lean ohio. the president's lead, it went from 24 2770. what does this mean if you give him ohio? well, watch. so you give the president of ohio, he gets up to 261. he use now got four paths to victory. watch this number up here again. it i't just about a florida or a virg
that favors the republicans. the republicans are fired up to vote against obama. whether they're fired up for romney, forget that question right now. they're fired up to vote out obama. you don't see that among hispanics, not among young voters. that's still an issue the obama campaign has to worry about. >> okay. in swing states, of course, the obama campaign has bomb borded vote wers this powerful ad going over romney for his 47% remark. let's take a look. >> there are 47% of the people who will vote for the president no matter what. who are dependent on government, who believe that they are victims, who believe the government has a responsibility to care for them, who believe that they're entitled to haek, to food, to housing, to you name it. and they will vote for this president no matter what. and so my job is not to worry about those people. i'll never convince them they should take personal responsibility and care for their lives. >> howard, i opened the show tonight with what we call our cold open. i said does obama like you? and there's a lot of people who are going to see that a
cookie bake-off. michelle obama's white and dark cookie beat michelle obama's m&m cookie by 287 votes. "family circle" insists it's been a bellwether in four of the last five elections. paul ryan is singing a jingle for dubuque, iowa, ham. >> how about a song? one, two, three, ♪ dubuque, dubuque i was singing the song, the ham used to dance around a little bit? >> mitt romney has a new york yankees connection, turns out. sort of. romney's blind trust sold its financial stake in the yes network. >>> a new social media campaign asks you to listen to the boss. bruce springsteen is lending his name at "image" to support guy marriage. the goal is to pass new laws in maine, iowa and new hampshire. >>> k the white house glowed a lovely color of pink last night. it's estimated more than 200,000 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in the u.s. just this year. >>> let's talk about another color, gray. presidents go into office full of vitality and a few years later they often look more than a few years older and grayer. it's not just president obama. research shows that stress does not
. the election has begun in the first swing state with early voting. and the obama campaign isn't letting up. >> my job is not to worry about those -- >> tonight, dnc chairwoman debbie wasserman-schultz on the democratic effort to get out the vote in iowa and beyond. >>> "mother jones" unearthed yet another lost romney tape from his bain years. >> bain capital is an investment partnership. >> i'll ask robert reich what mitt romney means when he says he's harvesting companies. >>> if it's a legitimate rape, the female body has ways to try to shut that whole thing down. >> and the guy who has no idea what he's talking about when it comes to women has the nerve to call senator claire mccaskill unladylike. we'll bring you the latest on the todd akin disaster. good to have you with us tonight, folks. thank for watching. iowa kicked off the 2012 election in january. today it was the first state where people could cast their votes in person for the general election. the race is on. the race has been tight in iowa, but president obama has the momentum. the latest ten-day poll average from "real clea
breaker it could be thisear. , of btse casteforelection d. early voting favored barack obama over john mccain by 18 points. 58% to 40%. this year,7 states and washington, d.c., will have early in-person voting prior to e aiartingay. eavoting parcipaon at around 40% this year. two out of every five ballots will be filled out before november 6th in this election cycle. todais truly the beginning of the end of the presidential election. but one candidate is in much better pition to take advantage of t new voting thyn t wcall american democracy. here's a look at mitt romney's field offices in iowa. the romney camp pass 12 outposts across the hawkeye state. now take a look at president obama's operation. his field operation in iowa. thammp h6 these outpost offices. the president's campaign has a 5 1/2-1 advantage over mitt romney when it comes to operation in iowa. these field offices are the lifeblood of presidential campaigns. ths e aist thget t toote efforts and organize volunteers. today, "the new york times" ported from polling aces in iowa and found mostly outspoken obama supporters. >>
. >> sean: if you don't vote for president obama, the instudent situationinsinuation isyou're a. they don't want to count you in the census, which leads to voter id laws. that's racist. can't get into the dnc unless you have a voter id. >> whites being bullied by racism, by white liberals, by the way, who ought to be guilty about something, has never led to anything good, led to the john lindsay administration in this city, finally because of the o.j. verdict we got there,by got giuliani by enforcing criminal laws, despite being called a racist throughout his tenure. white guilt has produced mistake after mistake including the 2008 election when more whites voted for obama than voted for a democrat for a decade. >> sean: under rudy giuliani, 600,000 fewer people -- by the way, there are more -- in terms of actual numbers there are more whites than blacks on food stamps, etc., but we have 15 million unde. under giuliani and republicans, opportunity increases for everybody. >> and they're less likely to be killed. it's a lie by liberals, not black people. they're up to their old tricks agai
are voting for barack obama. women, single women are voting for barack obama overwhelmingly. look what is going on. we talked about it how many times? 500,000 fewer jobs held by women in america this time around versus four years ago when he took over. the unemployment among african-americans, 97% of african-americans are going to vote for barack obama. but the unemployment number skyrocketed under barack obama. i don't get it. he is winning in demos he should be losing in. >> bob: i don't get how any working man or woman would vote for a republican. >> kimberly: why that? why are they in a better position under barack? >> bob: because the republicans have been consistently against dumb things that are against working men and women. simple as that. >> kimberly: what do you mean? they want lower taxes? >> bob: for example, job creation bill in house they haven't passed. barack obama passed a ledbetter act with congress. that is equalizing pay. we edited out what she said at the end of that. >> andrea: women are making more and more money. it's pretty dense for democrats to assume that t
at who came out in 2008 to vote for president obama will not be the same in 2012. some of the more conservative republicans pollsters say they are smoking something if they think it will be the same turn-out in 2008. that is not the case. the polling is using that same model. that is their complaint. >> greg: what do you mean by smoking something? you lost me. >> dana: muscle relaxant -- >> greg: is this media bias? >> kimberly: there is significant media bias. that has been proven over and over. people want to believe mainstream media, go ahead. sign up for four more years for record high unemployment, declining household values. loss of prestige and credibility and influence of the u.s. overseas and in this country. they have 41 more days. >> bob: the idea that the pew institute is trying to change the election, i don't buy it. there are good pollsters in there. >> eric: take the one everyone talking about today, cbs/"new york times" poll. they went to the swing state, battleground state. in your, plus four republican. 2008, plus three democrat. they want to us believe it's plus
that people won't go out and vote for obama. >> bob: you know something -- >> dana: you could say that. >> eric: you vote for the winner. people want to jump on the bandwagon. >> dana: not as much as the other way. >> bob: listen, they are going to poll ohio. it's a critical state. the fact is obama has a substantial lead in ohio. he does. you may not want to hear that -- >> eric: if you look at the poll, they poll people who are tuned in looking deeply in race, not just somewhat involved. looking deeply in to it. neck and neck. 48 and 49%. >> bob: first, one or two-point race? yes. of course, but not in ohio. >> greg: we have to move on. >> kimberly: it matters about the swing state. >> greg: i never want to polls again. honestly, i don't like polls. i love poland, i like polish people and polish hot dogs and the stripper poles. and the barber poles. i hate these polls. coming up, in 2008, senator obama made this promise -- >> i am pledging to cut the deficit we inherited by half by the end of hi first term in office. >> greg: i hate those. yellow curtains. four years later and he has
will control the senate and that he can block president obama's agenda. >> given his votes dork you believe his goal is to block and obstruct president obama's agenda? >> on economic issues, i absolutely do. >> do people in massachusetts, felix, believe that the senator is bipartisan? and has a bipartisan record and a bipartisan image? >> i don't. i would have appreciated a more bipartisan record when he voted against three job bills and supported the blunt amendment when he's not been standing up for pro-choice causes, when he doesn't support the buffett rule to make sure someone like me in the working class paying 30% in taxes is paying the same as someone like mitt romney, who he endorsed for president and doesn't want to mention who is paying less than 14%. i had a constituent in boston tell me that brown is pro-choice. if by choice you mean allowing the employer whether to decide whether or not women should have access to contraception. that shows he's not bipartisan when he stands with nasty legislation like that. >> i tell you what, 18% of the people in a "boston globe" poll say they are
when obama was running for president? he said vote for me and your insurance premiums will go down $2500. here's a $5500 difference for the average american family. what does this administration say about it? oh, forget that, forget that. >> greta: in case anyone out there thinks this is fanciful, already lockheed martin has taken the beat. lockheed martin announcing today they will not issue layoffs, even though they know right now there's a $500 billion cut coming up. they announced they will not issue layoff notices, in violation of the law. here's the twist. lock heed is one of the biggest employers in state of virginia, a swing state. >> look, there's no question this is all about politics. let me just say, i don't so much blame lockheed martin, but the truth is the democratic side who wanted to make these defense cuts, and the average lockheed martin employees, any other defense contractor, their jobs are in jeopardy because the left would not agree and we ended up with huge defense cuts if the sequestration takes place. it's going take place, greta. it's not if. it is. >> gr
obama and get him to vote for me. >> he's down but not out. can he turn it around with an october surprise? let's welcome stephanie cutter. it's going reasonably well for you guys. it's been a good couple weeks, really since the conventions. you've got a bit of momentum but i guess you're not taking this too complacently. >> no, absolutely not, piers. you know, debates can be a pivotal moment in campaigns. i remember eight years ago when john kerry was getting ready to debate george bush, we were eight points down. coming out of that first debate we were tied with george bush. so there is an opportunity for mitt romney if he takes advantage of it next wednesday night, to turn the momentum around. he not only has to win this debate but has to change the dynamics in this race. we know he's going to show up prepared, disciplined and aggressive, even tim pawlenty said that he's as good as it gets when it comes to debating. but the question is whether or not he's going to be able to talk to the american people specifically about what his plans are for this country. that's been a huge d
. the obama folks want those people to come out, turn out and vote right away. we've saw president obama campaigning in ohio earlier last week. and president obama had this message -- one, register to vote. and two when early voting starts, on tuesday october 2nd, go to the polls right now. they want to start banking the votes. it was a strategy in 2008. to prevent any type of october surprise, you want to get, if you're an obama voter go vote now and get that done. get it out of the way. >> you mentioned the october surprise, you look at the numbers closer than just about anyone i know. could there be an october surprise? and if there is one in those numbers that you look at, where might that surprise be? >> anything is possible. we have 37 days until the election. there is the opportunity for a big game-changer. i will tell you one of the big ironies of this entire presidential contest over the five or six months of the general election, when it started, every momentous event, whether it was president obama coming out in favor of gay marriage, every monthly jobs report number, the numb
for romney. want to vote against obama. but they don't want to vote for romney because of all the negatives obama's piled on them which has not been answered. they're sitting on one side waiting for permission to jump over and vote for romney. in the debate, that he's not a monster, that he's a man of integrity and defending himself on this stuff, can absolutely encourage them to jump over and make it possible for them to do that. >> sean: what a joke all weekend, watching the obama people trying to lower expectations. >> yeah, right. >> sean: 2-1. >> let's par remember that most debates work in favor of the challenger. the challenger walks on and does a good job, like reagan did against carter, all the fears of him go away. carter against gerald ford in 1976. mondale against reagan in the first debate. >> sean: yeah. >> the challenger has an innate advantage in these debates, because he can show that he's not a monster, that he's informed, that he's okay, that he's reasonable and they can answer the charges. and i think that obama has left himself very vulnerable to a come back by romney i
still be deciding whether or not to vote for president obama or mitt romney in the upcoming election. venezuelan's president doesn't get to cast a ballot but he made his pick. >> if i lived in the united states i would vote for obama. >> not the kind of endorsement president obama would like. mr. chavez recognizes that as well so he prefaced the statement as well he hopes it doesn't hurt the president. well the venezuelan president also running for re-election himself. the vote will be held on sunday. >> reporter: when a position candidate challenged venezuelan president hugo chavez to a debate earlier this debate, chavez's reply was the eagle doesn't hunt the fly for a man who has been in power for 13 years, dismissing the opposition as feeble as part of his political strategy. but the equation might be changing. a 0-year-old governor is taking venezuela's political scene by storm. he's facing chavez in next sunday's presidential election while speaking with international media monday, he blasted chavez's cozy relations with iran and belarus. >> translator: what does venezuela have
many people come out successfully manage to cast a vote support mitt romney and support barack obama. jest an enormous amount of energy is turning out people who have decided they prefer one or the other but might not make their way to the polls. >> 36 days until the election. i did want to show these numbers from your piece. 43% of are watching very closely. that's for the decided. for the undecided and the people who may or may not go to the polls, who aren't those people who every election make their way to the polling place, do we have a good take on what get them there? is it an issue? is it a phone call? what motivates them in the end? >> so there is evidence on one of the most effective way to move people to the polls. to some degree it's human contact. having somebody knock on your door. particularly talking to a friend, somebody you may know. that really matters. if you can be convinced to sign some kind of a pledge in advance or say to somebody you're going to cast a vote, that really matters. trying to get people to take pledges saying one way or the other i do pledge i wi
romney were campaigning for votes. president obama stumped for votes in virginia beach. an area with a large military population. >> it's time for a new economic patriotism. an economic patriotism rooted in the belief that growing our economy begins with a strong and thriving middle-class. >> reporter: while mitt romney reached out to veterans in the critical northern virginia suburbs. >> we will make sure and restore our economy and put people back to work, get rising take home pay again. we are going to make sure we have a military that is second to none. i will do those things. >> reporter: right now the president has the edge in the key battleground states include vag va where he is ahead by 4 points. romney told abc's david muir, he is not deterred by the numbers. >> well i am very pleased with some polls. less so with other polls. frankly at this early stage. polls go up. polls go down. >> reporter: it is not really early. in fact, voting is already under way. voters in iowa started heading to the polls. next tuesday voters in ohio can do the same. that's why the president
john roberts the deciding vote that upheld president obama's health care law and sparked debate across the country. and keys to the city sold, locks smith sold a ring to an undercover reporter. a dream come true to potential terrorists, elevators, open subway gates, and access to 1 world trade center, he reportedly stole them for a measley 150 bucks and reported will i still has more keys he's trying to sell. well, miss one school lunch payment and you get the hard boiled egg special. that's the new rule at a new jersey school district. a student at two schools owes 3.10. they only get a hard bold egg, crackers and carton of milk for lunch, instead of a full meal. that was not announced until the first day of classes, they've not yet commented. >> alisyn: i think that's great, a great punishment. >> dave: yeah, you'd probably take that punishment. >> alisyn: i could happily-- >> and nothing worse, i mean, hard boiled eggs. and i don't like within 12 feet. >> alisyn: breakfast, hard boiled egg, sounds good. >> horrible. you have the mayonnaise. >> i snuck it to my wife in this chicken s
.s. presidential race. quote, in the point of view of his politics, if i were voting, i would vote for obama, and i believe that if obama was from caracas, he would vote for chavez. i am positive. relations between the u.s. and venezuela have been tense in recent years. neither embassy has had an ambassador since 2010. chavez himself is in a tight race for re-election. i'm rooting against him. and voters in venezuela will cast their ballots this coming sunday. >>> up next, republicans have been looking for voter fraud. guess what? they've found it, in their own campaign. after making it difficult for democrats to vote, it's the republicans who are to blame for the biggest case of registration fraud in the country. and that's coming up in a minute. >>> you're watching "hardball," the place for politics. aler witr fiona. tell me fiona, who's having a big tire event? your ford dealer. who has 11 major brands to choose from? your ford dealer. who's offering a rebate? your ford dealer. who has the low price tire guarantee... affording peace of mind to anyone who might be in the market for a new set of t
president obama over romney but they don't turn up to vote for november. they stay home try. ing to get them to go to vote. doing it to get them to look at i look at sheryl crow and ashley judd and do what they tell me. >> eric: they're doing what they probably should do. they had the single women vote so they try to get the enthusiasm level up. get them out to vote. romney doing something similar with married women. women who are heading households. they have an ad. i see romney or the super pac ad having women who voted for president obama in 2008. who over the course of four years were having a hard time in the economy. things are going so tough. they are disillusioned now going to vote for romney. they are both going after the target. it's all fair, right? >> andrea: listen to what they are saying about republicans, greg. maybe not so fair. eva longoria refers to anyone who criticizes obama as extremist. sheryl crow said the tea party is stupid and they don't know what they're angry at. my personal favorite, gloria steinham said of republican women, i mean, they think they bet dore what
that, particularly if you're going to vote for obama. you begin to say to yourself, "well, it's not that bad. and he's data the best he can" i think there's a certain circ lal logic to it. my fear is i see indications that we could easily end up in a new recession. the numbers that came in on manufacturing orders, the worst since want beginning of 2009. the fact that they've readjusted the gross domestic product as you you pointed out down, to an anemic growth rate, much below the level of creating enough jobs. so i'm concerned that we're not on the right track. and frankly, when you look at education, we're clearly not on the right track. beyond partisanship-- this is not republican-democrat. it's the country which is not on the right track. and i think it's going to take very wrenching leadership over self years to get us back, getting in shape for the future. >> schieffer: rick smith, i read your book, the title "who stole american dream?" that is a provocative title. you think this theft began somewhere back in the 70s, i guess it was. but i just want to hear you say it. y
behind mitt romney. they will vote to mitt romney versus obama. the reason for the change failure to redo tort reform. the third largest health care staffing nump in the country now to two person people right over >> gretchen: thank you, brian. the health care debate could be headed back to the supreme court and this is challenged for religious reasons. wasn't the law already upheld . andrew napalitano is here to make it all make sense. >> presumably one can make sense. >> gretchen: didn't they rule on the law entirity and come back with pieces television. >> the worry to your question basically yes. the supreme court the out come was a surprise. ruled on the individual man date that everybody have health insurance and on the state exchanges, that the congress forced the state to raise taxes and tell them how to pend it the supreme court weighed in on that. the statute is 2700 pages long and there are many other challenges in the court system to other parts of the statu. there are 45 plaintiffs all religious organizations many of them catholic and arch dose dose of new york challenged the
they are certain to vote for romney and 42 percent certain vote for obama and 15 percent haven't decided . >> gretchen: that's huge. that is a dead heat report to look at the certainty of these people they are voting early right and these people who know in the debates who they will vote for. these debates are for the undecided it is a huge chunk of the population. other than voters turn out of the base. that will turn the election>> eric: that is 10-20 percent of the undisguisable and persuadable. throw that poll up one more second. in the bottom of that. likely voters. those are the polls that are most accurate and go after the likely voters . not just people who poll random people. >> steve: you and i talked about george washington university. they do a battle ground poll . barak 49 percent x. romney 47. and now he leads by 4 in the independents which is a better number for the former governor of massachusetts. >> gretchen: meanwhile congressman paul ryan was on the talk shows and he had this to say about polls and the state of the race. >> the question given all of that, why are you
barack obama, but are they going to get out and vote for mitt romney? thi-, you know? and you were looking at them. it's the relatability issue. >> you can't tell anymore who they would vote for. it used to be pretty clear. i want to show you this sound bite. mitt romney is spending, of course, his third straight day in ohio. presidt obama heads to the state this moing. tos ys"s reporting that aides to romney say the republican candidate and running mate paul ryan will be campaigning together more often in the coming weeks, according to the report. the move underscores concerns that mr. romney is not generating enough excitement on his n and needs mr. ryan to re u srt that may have been evident during a campaign stop yesterday outside dayton. >> wow! that's quite aguy, isn't it paul an isthomething? wait a second. wait a second. romney, ryan! romney, ryan! romney, ryan! there we go. all right. that's great. thank yo >> oh. sweet jesus. i'm sorry. m soy. shouldn't be so hard on you. i shouldn't bring up newt gingrich. >> it's just irrelevant. >> it doesn't even matter. >> it's irre
. michael goodwin, who voted for president obama, he loves it when we remind people of that, here to explain coming up. >> eric: but first, let's check in with none other than martha mccallum for what's up at the top of the hour. >> good morning. along that same line, there are calls for susan rice to resign in the wake of the benghazi debauchle and the mom of a form navy seal who was killed that night speaks out about the dragging of heels in that investigation. we know that there is more information coming out. we report on that. you will decide. that debate is coming up. bill and i will see you at the top of the hour you can't leave the table till you finish your vegetables. [ clock ticking ] [ male announcer ] there's a better way... v8 v-fusion. vegetable nutrition they need, fruit taste they love. could've had a v8... >> 3:00 a.m. and your children are safe and asleep. but there is a phone in the white house and it's ringing. something is happening in the world. your vote will decide who answers that call. who do you want answering the phone? >> gretchen: it was one of the most well-kn
president obama and governor romney plan to woo undecided voters days ahead of early voting in the buckeye state. arthel: president obama and governor mitt romney descending on the battleground state of ohio today, the president taking his message to college students at two state universities, while governor romney targets work-class voters in major metropolitan areas. less than a week before early voting begins in ohio where does each candidate stand. bob cusack is the managing editor for the hill. good to see you. which candidate would you like to analyze first you pick. >> president obama, he has the lead in ohio and that has picked up. i don't think that is surprising because last week was the worst week for the mitt romney campaign. can romney still win ohio? yes. he's going to have to change the dynamic a little bit. why is ohio so important, the last eleven presidential elections if you win ohio you win the presidency. that's why these two guys are fighting over the state and down the stretch they are going to be in ohio a lot. arthel: let me jump in with specifics here, bob. as you
,000. don't boo. vote! >> the latest polls do give president obama an edge in virginia. the state varies 13 electoral votes in the election. >>> the fans who take the metro to nationals park for the playoff games won't have to worry about the subway shutting down if the game goes to extra innings. a company known as living social, you've heard of them, they've offered to pay the deposit metro requires to keep the trains running for any playoff games that run late. that deposit amounts to about $30,000 an hour and the company will recoup part or maybe all of it depending on how many fans take the metro home. >>> are you ready for some football with real deal genuine mccoy professional referees? well, after three weeks of agonizing officiating that seemed to get worse, negotiators for the referees union and the nfl reached an agreement. the replacements made several controversial calls, but monday night's ruling that turned what looked like an interception into a touchdown, that caused a national uproar. >> you never want to see a game end like that or end on a controversial play. >> certainl
definitely cause barack obama to lose in florida if it is a tie in florida and she gets 20,000 votes i think nader got 40,000 or 50,000 votes he gave the election to george w. bush. >> wouldn't that be something on the raising, you know, pot legalization issue. >> geraldo: on the raising pot legalization issue. craig, thanks. millions were raised for the victims of the july movie massacre in colorado but they have received a grand total of $5,000 each. which in the words of one father of one of the victims wasn't enough to pay for his son's coffin. that story, after this. ♪ [ male announcer ] it started long ago. the joy of giving something everything you've got. it takes passion. and it's not letting up anytime soon. at unitedhealthcare insurance company, we understand that commitment. and always have. so does aarp, an organization serving the needs of americans 50 and over for generations. so it's no surprise millions have chosen an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement plans, they help cover some
to vote for obama like a crisis in europe. the most bullish sign for romney has been the stock market is getting jittery about spain and europe. that october surprise scenario could move the numbers, but romney's running out of time for routine things like the debates and the set pieces in the campaign. >> how important -- i mean president clinton told me last night that the debates will be crucial for romney. he could turn everything around. one great debate, in the first debate particularly. if he can taurnd the 47% fiasco, which has been a disaster because of the impression he gave, that he didn't understand who the 47% were. the arrogance that comes with being a wealthy, detached guy not caring about people who need help. what can he do in that debate? what would you recommend him to do? >> i think the 47% comments revealed he wasn't doing what 101 politics say you should do and play to the center. he has written off people that might have the median income and below. that's not a typical strategy. the text book strategy is can you find a way. the speech in ohio is an example of t
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